Cree-Innu Linguistic Atlas

The Cree-Innu Linguistic Atlas is an on-line, multimedia linguistic atlas of a number of related Algonquian languages spoken across the continent: the Métis, Cree, Ojibwe and Innu dialects of Canada

Nicole Rosen at the University of Lethbridge is a co-investigator on the SSHRC-funded Ressources en ligne pour langues vivantes project which extends the Cree-Innu Linguistic Atlas, co-created between Prof. Marie-Odile Junker, from Carleton University, Prof. Marguerite MacKenzie from Memorial University, the Department of Cree Programs of the Cree School Board in Quebec, the Gift of Language and Culture (Saskatchewan Cree), the Innu Education Authority in Labrador, and l’Institut culturel et éducatif montagnais in Quebec. Other current co-investigators include Rand Valentine (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Arok Wolvengrey (First Nations University). Read the rest of this entry »

Michif Dictionary

Métis Red River Cart. Image courtesy: The Gabriel Dumont Institute & Leah Dorion & Todd Paquin.

“Word-building in Michif” is a SSHRC-funded project directed by Nicole Rosen of the University of Lethbridge (Principal Investigator), in conjunction with the Manitoba Métis FederationA primary goal of this project is to publish a web-based searchable Michif-English dictionary database, with attached linguistic information and soundfiles for the dictionary entries to aid in language documentation and revitalization. An app for iPhone/iPad is also under development with in conjunction with


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  • How do universities and colleges respond to rapid and complex advances in media technologies and the accompanying transition to online pedagogies?
  • How do tertiary institutions assist students in developing study, writing and research skills appropriate to learning online?
  • In what ways does the digital environment enable deeper links between universities and the broader community?

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